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Vancouver Man Wins $10 Million In Lotto Max Draw

Darpan News Desk, 06 Nov, 2019
  • Vancouver Man Wins $10 Million In Lotto Max Draw

Vancouver man James Russell has just hit the jackpot.

 

All seven numbers matched in the November 1, 2019, Lotto Max draw that led him to win the $10-million jackpot.

 

“I was sitting down, it was hard to believe,” said Russell, who purchased the winning ticket after his regular walk with his dogs. “I wrote them down on a piece of paper, I double and triple-checked the numbers but they didn’t change.”

 
 

Russell said in a news release that he’ll be treating a few friends to dinner who are visiting from out of town as part of his celebration. He’s also dreaming of a trip to Ireland to ride his bike along the old railway tracks.

 

“It was quite a shock at first, I’m not quite used to it,” Russell said. “But I imagine I will get used to it at some point.”

 
 

The other winning ticket, purchased in the Stikine region from the October 29, 2019 draw, is worth $20-million.

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